Mock-up as a teaching resource for teaching wind energy
Keywords:Teaching, Physics, Wind energy
The unbridled consumption of energy in modern society has motivated the growth and search for renewable energies in modern society has motivated the growth and search for renewable energies. Among the various forms of clean energy generation, one of the forms has gained prominence on the world scene: wind energy. The use of energy from the wind is not recent, in antiquity, this form of energy was already used in windmills. Recently, wind energy has gained space on the world stage due to the search for replacing fossil fuels with clean energy. The students of the Mechanical Engineering and Electrical Engineering courses at Universidade Federal de Santa Maria – Campus Cachoeira do Sul (UFSM-CS) developed a proposal for teaching Physics based on the construction of a MOCK-UP with a wind energy generation system due to the importance of this form of renewable energy generation. The wind power generation educational mock-up was presented at the 1st Science, Technology and Innovation Fair at UFSM-CS.
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